US intervention has involved both unmistakable and clandestine activities. These went for altering, supplanting, or safeguarding foreign governments. In the last half of the nineteenth century, the U.S. government started activities for regime change for the most part in Latin America and the southwest Pacific and incorporated the Mexican– American, Spanish– American and Philippine– American wars. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the United States formed or introduced friendly governments in numerous nations around the globe. These included neighbors Panama, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.
In World War II, US Intervention helped topple numerous Nazi Germany and imperial Japanese puppet regimes. Models incorporate routines in the Philippines, Korea, the Eastern bit of China, and quite a bit of Europe. United States forces were additionally instrumental in finishing the rule of Adolf Hitler over Germany and of Benito Mussolini over Italy.
In the consequence of World War II, the U.S. government battled with the Soviet Union for worldwide leaders and impact inside the setting of the Cold War. It extended the geographic extent of its activities past its conventional zone of operations, Central America and the Caribbean.
Huge tasks incorporated the U.S. what’s more, U.K- organized 1953 Iranian rebellion, the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion focusing on Cuba, and backing for the topple of Sukarno by Army General Suharto in Indonesia. US Intervention meddled in the national elections of numerous nations, incorporating into Japan during the 1960s to keep its preferred center-right Liberal Democratic Party in power utilizing mystery assets, in the Philippines to arrange the crusade of Ramon Magsaysay for president in 1953, and in Lebanon to help Christian gatherings in the 1957 races utilizing mystery money mixtures. The U.S. has executed somewhere around 81 unmistakable and secretive known interventions in foreign elections amid the period 1946– 2000.
Following the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the United States through US Intervention has driven or upheld wars to decide the governance of various nations. Expressed U.S. points in these conflicts have included battling the War on Terror as in the 2001 Afghan war or expelling dictatorial and hostile regimes in the 2003 Iraq War and 2011 military intervention in Libya.
List of the countries affected by US Intervention in the last Century:
Landing of naval forces. Beginning of a 15-year occupation.
Troops intervene; remain on “police duty” for over 2 years.
Naval forces and army troops fight battles in several areas of the country during a five- year period.
Marines intervene in Dalmatia.
Marines engaged in operations in Smyrna (Izmir).
Naval forces and troops deployed during 5-year period.
Troops land twice in two-year period.
Marines land and engage in operations.
Marines and naval forces stationed throughout the country.
Naval forces intervene.
Naval forces deployed.
Marines land in Foochow.
Troops deployed in northern province.
Major US army presence of about 100,000 troops, fighting, training and advising local combatants.
US forces wage a 3-year counterinsurgency campaign.
Heavy CIA involvement in national elections.
Commando operations, “secret” CIA war.
Major forces engaged in war in Korean peninsula.
CIA overthrows government of Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh.
Financial and materiel support for colonial French military operations, leads eventually to direct US military involvement.
CIA overthrows the government of President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman.
US marines and army units totaling 14,000 lands.
Clashes between US forces in Canal Zone and local citizens.
CIA-backed overthrow and assassination of Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba.
Gradual introduction of military advisors and special forces.
CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion.
Nuclear threat and naval blockade.
CIA-backed military coup.
CIA backs military overthrow of President Jose Maria Valesco Ibarra.
Clashes between US forces in Canal Zone and local citizens.
CIA-backed military coup overthrows the government of Joao Goulart and Gen. Castello Branco takes power.
Large commitment of military forces, including air, naval and ground units numbering up to 500,000+ troops. Full-scale war, lasting for ten years.
CIA-backed army coup overthrows President Sukarno and brings Gen. Suharto to power.
CIA backed military coup overthrows President Joseph Kasavubu and brings Joseph Mobutu to power.
23,000 troops land.
Direct US Intervention. Bombing campaign begin, lasting eight years.
CIA-backed military coup ousts President Kwame Nkrumah.
Extensive counter-insurgency operation.
CIA supports military coup against Prince Sihanouk, bringing Lon Nol to power. Intensive bombing for seven years along border with Vietnam.
Counter-insurgency operation, including coordination with Iranian marine invasion.
Invasion by US and South Vietnames forces.
CIA-backed military coup ousts government of President Salvador Allende. Gen. Augusto Pinochet comes to power.
Marines land, engage in combat with government forces.
Military and CIA operations.
Special operations units land in Iranian desert. Helicopter malfunction leads to aborting of planned raid.
Naval jets shoot down two Libyan jets in maneuvers over the Mediterranean.
CIA and special forces begin a long counterinsurgency campaign.
CIA directs exile “Contra” operations. US air units drop sea mines in harbors.
Marines land and naval forces fire on
local combatants. Military forces invade Grenada.
Large program of military assistance aimed at conflict in Nicaragua.
Two Iranian jets shot down over the Persian Gulf.
US intervention in Libya leading to aircraft bomb the cities of Tripoli and Benghazi, including direct strikes at the official residence of President Muamar al Qadaffi.
Special Forces units engage in counter-insurgency.
Naval forces block Iranian shipping. Civilian airliner shot down by missile cruiser.
Naval aircraft shoot down two Libyan jets over Gulf of Sidra.
CIA and Special Forces involved in counterinsurgency.
27,000 troops as well as naval and air power used to overthrow government of President Noriega.
Major military operation, including naval blockade, air strikes; large number of troops attack Iraqi forces in occupied Kuwait.
Control of Iraqi airspace in north and south of the country with periodic attacks on air and ground targets.
CIA-backed military coup ousts President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Special operations forces intervene.
Major role in NATO blockade of Serbia and Montenegro.
Active military involvement with air and ground forces.
Troops depose military rulers and restore President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to office.
Krajina Serb airfields attacked.
Marines involved in operations in eastern region of the country.
Air strikes destroy country’s major pharmaceutical plant.
Attack on targets in the country.
Four days of intensive air and missile strikes.
Major involvement in NATO air strikes.
NATO troops shift and partially disarm Albanian rebels.
Air attacks and ground operations oust Taliban government and install a new regime.
Invasion with large ground, air and naval forces ousts government of Saddam Hussein and establishes new government.
Occupation force of 150,000 troops in protracted counter-insurgency war
Marines land. CIA-backed forces overthrow President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
On going insurgency in the northern tribal region of Pakistan and drone attacks
Drone attacks in Somalia Continued insurgency Expanded military operations
Over 10,000 American airstrikes conducted in Iraq since 2014
Heavy damage caused to ISIS forces Advising and training of Iraqi forces
Over 11,200 American and allied airstrikes
hit ISIS and other extremist groups in Syria
Thousands of ISIS targets destroyed
Yemen’s capital city of Sana’a falls under
Saudi-led coalition begin to bomb Houthi
Liberation of Sirte
Hundreds of airstrikes carried out in Libya
against Islamic State affiliated militant groups